A Step Closer to Personalized Genetic Medicine

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Stephen Quake brought the holy grail of personalised medicine a step closer after having all his DNA screened for diseases and susceptibility to treatments. 

A scientist has brought the holy grail of personalized medicine a step closer after having all his DNA screened for diseases and susceptibility to treatments.  Professor Stephen Quake, at Stanford University, spent $50,000 having his genetic make up mapped and then analysed for different diseases and sensitivity to medication.

 

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